I travel to Paris each year and I'm well acquainted with restaurants, shops, hotels and the general layout of the arrondissements. I frequently create itineraries for my friends, including what to pack, how to travel, etc. I also frequent many out of the way places that are not in a lot of tour books, but that should NOT be missed.
I visit France each March and stay for two weeks, living in an apartment. I frequent most non-tourist restaurants, bars and socialize with a lot of locals. I have very honest opinions...because I love this city and wish to dispell the misinformation that is out there regarding Paris and its citizens
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French degree. Currently work as Marketing manager in a Fortune 100 Telecommunications company
Paris is such a city of discovery. Each year I go I find something more to love about this city.
The small nuances to conversation that deem you a "tourist" or "in the know"...and finding more out of the way neighborhood spots.
The last surviving vineyard in Paris is on Montmartre and the wine is auctioned off. Proceeds go to charitable organizations and to the arts.
Do you know you can be fined by the Metro guards at night if you do not have your Metro ticket from your originating station when you leave...if you're stopped and asked for it? The fine is expensive and must be paid immediately.
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Hi James - Unfortunately, prices to Europe have been skyrocketing since 2001, due to gas prices, security taxes, etc. I did a quick search for you on orbitz. Have you tried flying out of Toronto?
Elena – If you’re looking for architecture, I’d definitely look at Blois rather than Tours. It’s lovely with the bridge over the Loire and the Chateau in the city center. Blois is close to Chateau
Dear ET - While a good many places may be closed, there is enough open to keep one occupied. There will most likely be more tourists than Parisians, but you will be able to get around the city easier
Hello Edith- There are plenty of Buses/ Trams into and around Montpellier. Take a look at the following websites and see if they help you. cg34.fr/herault-transport/pdf/MTP_situation_… cg34
Hi - Taking the train is really the cheapest: Take the RER B to Gare du Nord. Transfer to the RER D and take it to Gare de Lyon. Transfer to Metro line 14 and take it one stop to Bercy. I do not believe